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G. Gedney Godwin
Focus is on military reproductions. Includes uniforms, patterns, shoes, hats and wigs, camp supplies, armaments, and medical instruments.
History In The Making
Specializes in men's military and civilian wigs. Also offers costumes, hats and footwear. Online catalogue of different styles and time periods.
Jas Townsend and Son
Supplies reproduction items. Includes clothing, camp gear, tents, books, music and props designed for re-enacting the periods from 1750 to 1840.
Women's and girl's folk patterns; includes instructions and illustrations. Brief histories of item originations, catalog with images, ordering information. (Upton, Massachusetts, USA)
The Scarlet Scarab
Buckskin clothing, oilskin cloth, waxed cotton, capotes, witney blankets, wool blankets, ring brooches, All-One-Tribe drums, handforged fish hooks.
Smiling Fox Forge
Large assortment of re-enactment goods including clothing, blacksmithing supplies, buckles and belts, sewing supplies, swords, tableware, tents and toys.
Thread Bare Stitchery
Custom and ready-made reenactment clothing for men, women, and children. Specialty is 1750s era. Online catalog, order form, and annual event. (Chatfield, Minnesota, USA)
Tory Tailor & Mercantile
Offers custom made individual colonial clothing pieces, full clothing ensembles, toys, tableware, and music. (Wilmington, Massachusetts, USA)
Provides hand-woven blankets, sashes, and straps, as well as handmade shooting bags, haversacks, knapsacks, and other accouterments for the reenactor or anyone interested in the decor of early America.
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